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Tessa CasanovaAqueous GeoChem11/4//16Dick Kleberg Park Lake Water TestingDick Kleberg Park is by far the largest park located in Kingsville, Tx. Its lake is home to avariety of waterfowl, including the Black-Bellied Whistling Duck, Cave Swallows, and anassortment of woodpeckers, along with the infamous crocodile (TPWD, 2016).Figure1. First location for data sampling on north side of Dick Kleberg Park Lake adjacent to park.Run 1Run 2AverageTemperature (C)26.85C26.42C26.64CConductivity (S/cm)12746-1318812713-1305112730-13120Resistivity (cm)75.8176.6376.22Total Dissolved Solids (g/L)8.298.2658.278Dissolved Oxygen (%, mg/L)108.5% , 8.1593.4% , 7.27101%, 7.71pH8.518.608.56ORP (pHmV)-90.5-94.3-92.4Pressure (mmHg)762.9762.9
The goal of this experiment was to test the water levels in the Dick Kleberg Park Lake. Totest the water, we used a water testing probe. The probe gave us the temperature, conductivity,resistivity, dissolved oxygen, total dissolved solids, pH of the water, the oxidation reductionpotential, and pressure.oResistivity refers to the just how much a given material counters the flow of an electriccurrent, where a low resistivity implies the material will readily allow a flow of current

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